Haimu Heartbeat Silent Linear Switch

$30.80

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Haimu Heartbeat Silent Linear Switch

The Heartbeat Silent Linear Switch comes from Haimu, who have steadily established themselves as a popular manufacturer among switch enthusiasts! This switch features full nylon housing and is paired with a POM stem. An ideal switch for anyone looking for a smooth and silent experience!

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• Switch Type - Linear
• Manufacturer - Haimu
• Top Housing Material - Nylon PA66
• Bottom Housing Material - Nylon PA66
• Stem Material - POM
• Spring Weight - 65g
• Mounting Pins - 5-pin
• Factory Lube - Yes

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Films

Our CK Switch films come in both Poron and PC and help reduce wobble and slightly change the sound of your switch!

Lubricants

To view all of our available lube, checkout our Switch Modding Collection!

Switch Pads

Available in Poron, EVA, and PE foam, these fit right ontop of your PCB to change the sound profile of your build!

Customer Reviews

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arkib
Good pre-lubed silent switches

Been tired of having to open switches and lube them, as fun as it is. These are a very welcome addition to my switch collection and highly recommend them for anyone interested in trying new silent switches 👍🏽

We love these switches stock as well! Glad you like 'em :)

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Great silent linear switches but with possible R3 interference?

The Haimu Heartbeat Silent Linears are the first silent linear switches I've tried and I was pleasantly surprised. The switches come with a good amount of factory lube on the stem legs, the slider rails, and the bottom housing. They use a standard 15mm 65g spring which also came factory lubed.

They are very smooth stock. The top housing was very tight, so I didn't feel like they needed to be filmed. They are also incredibly quiet without feeling very mushy. I think the stem design helps with the mushiness and the holes on the bottom housing help with making the switch quieter, as pointed out by reviewers such as Maker Mods and ThereminGoat.

One issue I came across is that there seems to be some interference with my keycaps and the switches in the R3 row. I had Cherry-profile PBTFans WOB on the switches when I was using them. For example, when I typed on the keys on R3, it sounded like I was hitting the top housings of the switches. However, when I would type on R1, R2, and R4, the switches would be super silent with no issues. This doesn't seem to happen on any other switches I have.

Overall, these are very good silent linear switches and I would definitely recommend them to people looking smooth and silent experience. I think there has to be some more testing with other Cherry-profile keycaps to see if anyone else comes across the same issue.